Les Petits Chanteurs France Boys Choir a singing and traveling 19 member choral group from France will offer an afternoon concert on Sunday, November 4, at 2:30 PM at Mission San Buenaventura. Open to the public, there is no admission fee; a free-will offering will be taken.
This choir, made up of 19 boys age 9 to 17 years, is conducted by Véronique Thomassin-Olivier, and accompanied by François Olivier, who is also the Titular of the Choir Organ at the prestigious church St. Eustache at Paris (France).
Les Petits Chanteurs France gives young boys a special experience of life through singing and community building. Traveling in various countries also provides them the opportunity to discover and experience different cultures. Their choral ministry includes concerts; television appearances, singing tutorials, tours and participation in the liturgy of the Mass. Les Petits Chanteurs repertoire regularly includes (Handel’s Messiah, Mozart’s Requiem, Vivaldi’s Gloria, etc.) in sacred places and prestigious music halls, as well as sing for humanitarian causes.
Les Petits Chanteurs de France is on tour in the Western and Southern regions of the United States in the fall of 2018. They will offer concerts including music of the sixteenth century and the well known Hallelujah from Händel, Ave Maria from Gounod, as well as music pieces of the French folklores.